Description: The other Prey video displayed at E3 in 1997, this shows reflective floors, green light and an animated monster in a room. Format: MOV Size: 8084 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPdx8OI4o78
Description: The first Infinite MHz interview with Paul Schuytema, where Paul talks about the Apogee commercial model, Shadow Warrior and Prey. He predicts a shareware release in Summer 1998, talks about the features of the Prey engine and shows a dynamic portal as well as the same green room as the E3 demo video #2. Format: AVI Size: 26443 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vYWdofziHE
Description: The 1998 E3 video shows what could be done at the time with William Scarboro's Prey engine, used for Paul Schuytema's incarnation of Prey. Here, Talon Brave's great-grandfather (eventually reworked as Tommy's grandfather) is already voiced by John Galt, the Superportal (portal inside three concentric gyroscopes) is used as a gimmick, and the levels displayed were already seen in screenshots.
Shown levels: planet Earth being destroyed (level name "space"); a structure of metal with fires and diagonal pillars (level name unknown); the Land of the Ancients (level name unknown); a spinning, opening bridge over a green pool (level name unknown); the Superportal leading to a public bathroom (level name "gyro"); a set of mechanical arms moving prisms around (level name "crane"); Talon Brave's house (level name "house"); a corridor of marble and glass, lit in green (level name unknown); an underwater tunnel of glass and metal, part of a water city (level name "city"); Matt Wood's Humanoid City level (level name "mp1") and a metallic tunnel ending in an organic mass (level name unknown).
Its background music and the song "Missing Time" are the only available parts of the original soundtrack by KMFDM. Format: MPG Size: 15771 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbeBBUdxLqE
Description: The second Infinite MHz interview. Paul Schuytema uses a Pentium II at 266 MHz and a Voodoo2 card to show a destructible environment, Talon Brave's house (level name "house"), the Superportal (level name "gyro"), the portal landmines, the Humanoid City level (level name "mp1", already seen in some screenshots in 1997 and 1998) and a "tactical nuke" alternate fire of a weapon. Format: AVI Size: 21271 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT_z5ABei9o
Description: Video shot in 2018, about the Prey version that was shown at E3 in 1998. Frederik Schreiber shows the options of the boot menu and how every background element is polygonal. The menu itself contains the names of the levels shown in the other two 1998 videos. Format: MP4 Size: 12577 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssZn5DYKt-w
Description: The first video of Human Head's version of Prey. It features John Galt voicing Tommy's grandfather, and shows various game features like glowportals, wallwalks, the Spirit Walk, flying a shuttle, the tractor beam, spherical gravity, gravity switches, the Death Walk, as well as various enemies and weapons. Format: AVI Size: 181780 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-YvCcNCIYk
Description: Interview with Tim Gerritsen and Chris Rhinehart of Human Head. Tim explains the plot and backstory of Prey; Chris talks about the features of the game and says that Prey is scheduled for release "when it's done". Format: MPG Size: 59033 KB Youtube link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKRGQIFW1PQ